You are invited to a unique opportunity to have a night out in the land of Shrek. Journey to Far Far Away where you'll receive an extra special DreamWorks concocted drink on arrival, before Donkey will drive you on a jaw-dropping 4D bus ride. If you make it through, you'll got to the Poison Apple Pub and have a shot with Doris, the bar maid.
10 Unique Things to Do in London
Capital of Britain, capital of the World... London is without a doubt one of few places on the Earth where anything seems possible. From art and music, to sport and nightlife, a number of different cultures and ways of life clash together within the M25, making it a hotbed of exuberant activity and wondrous sights. Dynamic in every sense of the word, the ever-changing character of the capital means that it's housed some of the most brilliantly bizarre urban events in the world. Here's a list of 10 unique things to do in London.
Charming and beautifully atmospheric, this pop up event on the roof of the Brunel Museum is one of the most unique things to do in London. With botanical cocktails, marshmallow toasting and delicious street food, Midnight Apothecary will make sure you have one the loveliest nights out of the year.
Intimate, personal and hidden, Merchant House's pop up private bar is the perfect experience for small groups. With your own private bartender, the chance to play your own music and even make your own drinks.
One of the most unique experiences in London, head to the Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard as they unleash their series of immersive theatre nights from the Revels In Hand troupe.
For a taste of the American South, head to Islington where Metal Works will be laying down the ultimate country party complete with bourbon, bull-riding, live music and line dancing.
One of the best drinks events in London, head to Notting Hill where The Ginstitute is bringing you interactive sessions based around the history, use and all round greatness of the the juniper spirit.
Winter is most certainly coming to Aeronaut where this Game Of Thrones-inspired cabaret is bringing you Dothraki contortionists, White Walkers, walks of shame and a furious, fire-breathing monster.
Head to The Harrison where the basement will be playing host to this unique event that fuses live music from two hugely talented individuals alongside the chance to sample some amazing whiskies.
To celebrate 15 years since England's historic World Cup victory, this unique event will allow you to rub shoulders with the biggest names in rugby. Enjoy champagne and canapes, dinner and wine, before taking part in a live Q&A with the lead personalities of the 2003 team.